As a result, in the Wye River Memorandum, Israel agreed to a 13% phase-out of the occupied territory in exchange for the Palestinian Authority`s commitment to suppress terrorism, eliminate arms stockpiles and combat anti-Israeli propaganda. At the same time, the United States provided letters of assurance and assurances to respond to Israel`s demands for the provisions of the PLO Charter calling for the destruction of Israel, the repression of militants and the end of the “revolving door” for prisoners arrested by the Palestinian Authority. Despite the agreement, neither the Palestinian Authority`s arms reduction commitments nor Israel`s final transfer of land to the Palestinian Authority were made. Inspired by a revival of terrorism in the summer of 1997, Washington again focused on the Middle East. By January 1998, the United States had developed a set of ideas to restart the process on the basis of a new redeployment (FRD) of 13 per cent of the West Bank. Relations between Israel and the United States strained on the package and culminated with the London summit in May, when Albright issued the 13% ultimatum. That tactic failed, and Washington turned to a new approach of “lowering the decibel rate” with a “10 plus 3” proposal — the 3 percent is a nature reserve — which led Netanyahu to say yes. With an agreement reached by Netanyahu, the last six weeks have been to try to reach a Palestinian security agreement. In discussions on a new agreement, the United States proposes to participate in the day-to-day decision-making on safety rules.

This surveillance will be so detailed that an editorial on Fatah`s website went so far as to assert that the Palestinians will be under the regime of American colonialism and not under Israeli colonialism. Information on the role of the United States in the peace process. The Wye Plantation conference in October highlights the change in the nature of American engagement since the September 1996 clashes following the opening of the Hasmonean Tunnel in Jerusalem`s Old City. As a result of this incident, the United States